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Ephraim's Wife By Leah Kelley
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Ailsa is the favorite of Ephraim's three wives, and even though she is barren she feels blessed by Yahweh. But when she's falsely accused of idol worship will she lose her husband's love, or worse... More > yet, her life? ***This book does not promote polygamy. Though Ephraim is a product of his time and begins the book with more than one wife, the story is a romance between one man and one woman.***< Less
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Ailsa is the favorite of Ephraim's three wives, and even though she is barren she feels blessed by Yahweh. But when she's falsely accused of idol worship will she lose her husband's love, or worse... More > yet, her life? ***This book does not promote polygamy. Though Ephraim is a product of his time and begins the book with more than one wife, the story is a romance between one man and one woman.***< Less
Ephraim's Wife By Leah Kelley
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Ailsa is the favorite of Ephraim's three wives, and even though she is barren she feels blessed by Yahweh. But when she's falsely accused of idol worship will she lose her husband's love, or worse... More > yet, her life This book does not promote polygamy. Though Ephraim is a product of his time and begins the book with more than one wife, the story is a romance between one man and one woman.< Less
The Life And Essential Writings Of Ephraim The Syrian By Ephraim the Syrian
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For the First time in well 100 years, this effort has been pains takingly re-edited for the modern English reader. Saint Ephrem the Syrian was born sometime around the year 306 in Nibisis, a Syrian... More > town located in modern-day Turkey. Fleeing westward from the Persians, who were ravaging Turkey, Ephrem settled in Edessa, in southern Turkey, in 363. There, he continued to write hymns, especially defending the teaching of the Council of Nicea against the Arian heretics, who were influential in Edessa. He died tending plague victims in 373.< Less
The Life and Essential Writings of Ephraim the Syrian By Ephraim the Syrian
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For the First time in well 100 years, this effort has been pains takingly re-edited for the modern English reader. Saint Ephrem the Syrian was born sometime around the year 306 in Nibisis, a Syrian... More > town located in modern-day Turkey. Fleeing westward from the Persians, who were ravaging Turkey, Ephrem settled in Edessa, in southern Turkey, in 363. There, he continued to write hymns, especially defending the teaching of the Council of Nicea against the Arian heretics, who were influential in Edessa. He died tending plague victims in 373.< Less
The Two Houses Of Ephraim and Judah By Morah Nitza Bat Yisrael
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Two Houses Of Ephraim and Judah
Ephraim & Lovina Baer By Mary Irwin
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HARDCOVER - By 2015, Lovina (1881-1956) and Ephraim Baer (1876-1953)had 604 biological descendants. In this book, you will find memories, stories, poems and genealogy about the Baer family.
Ephraim Justice Keese 2006 By Sarah Clark
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KING EPHRAIM'S DEADLY PIT By UCHECHI NWANKWERE
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A short story of the lifetime of a king.The novel talks about the travails of a certain Man named Daniel before he became King and how he became victorious i battle and was given a ring that... More > controlled the powers under the earth. Daniel was wrongly judged and thrown into a pit to die but an angel appeared to him and gave him a ring.< Less
Assyrian Printing in the USA (1914-1943): Ephraim Abraham: Volume I By Ephraim Abraham
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Ephraim Abraham of Dizateka became the proprietor of the ‘National Printing Press’ or ‘Assyrian National Press’ in Chicago in 1930 or 1931. Nineteen items survive from this... More > press which appears to have ceased production in the mid 1930’s. This volume contains five items: a hymn book, a collection of historical writings and poems and a fragment of a pamphlet on the origin of the Assyrians by Mirza Dawid Malik and a book on theology and a hymnal by Andrew D. Urshan. This volume is part of a series that aims at preserving Assyrian literature printed in the United States during the era of letterpress. It was inspired by the bibliographic research of J. F. Coakley who has provided the introduction to the volume.< Less

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